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Washington watchable wildflowers : a Columbia Basin guide   (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
Camp, Pamela
McManus, Maggie
Priebe, Diane
Cunderla, Brent
Brenner, Barbara
Roys, Shannon
Haase, Gary
Ray, Rich
Strebig, Chris
Rolfs, Don
Stepniewski, Andy
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Spokane District Office
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Wenatchee Resource Area
Washington Native Plant Society
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Washington watchable wildflowers : a Columbia Basin guide
[Washington, D.C.?] : U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management
Includes bibliographical references (page 35)
Eastern Washington - flat, drab and dry, right? Wrong! From the freeway, the eastern half of the state may appear to be an endless open space to speed through without stopping, rather than a destination. As you look out the car window, an occasional splash of color or a soaring raptor may distract you momentarily; or if you are lucky, you might hear the song of a meadowlark. But what if you were to slow down? What if you decided to explore an unpaved back road? What if you chose, this time, to stop and walk among the sagebrush, grasses and wildflowers? Are you in for a surprise!
About this guide and viewing tips -- In the beginning -- Shrub-steppe -- Lithosol -- Talus -- Riparian -- Cowiche Canyon -- Douglas Creek North -- Douglas Creek South -- Fishtrap Lake -- Hog Lake -- Horse Heaven Hills -- Rock Island Creek -- Selah Butte -- Wahkiacus Canyon -- Wilson Creeek -- Resources and suggested readings -- Contributors -- Individual site checklists (inside back cover)
"Contributors: Pamela Camp ; Maggie McManus ; Diane Priebe ; Brent Cunderla ; Barbara Brenner ; Shannon Roys ; Gary Haase ; Rich Ray ; Chris Strebig ; Don Rolfs ; Andy Stepniewski ; Washington Native Plants Society"--Page 35
BLM Library copy missing site location checklist pamphlets (May 23, 2017)

Subjects: Wild flowers; Wild flowers; Flowers; Natural history; Public lands; Wild flowers; Flowers; Natural history; Public lands
Language English
Publication date 1997
publication_date QS:P577,+1997-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Current location
IA Collections: blmlibrary; fedlink; americana
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Authority file  OCLC: 1102349148
Internet Archive identifier: washingtonwatcha00camp


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